The Resident Evil series has a history of do-overs. There are, at a conservative estimate, at least four different scrapped versions of Resi 4. But that wasn’t the first time Capcom canned a game in the series. This post originally appeared on Kotaku UK . The very first sequel was cancelled as it approached release due to internal dissatisfaction at the studio. Despite being nearly complete it was all but abandoned, with the team starting over and salvaging just a few scraps of the original idea. This canned version became known as Resident Evil 1.5 to fans and would have been a significantly different game from the 2 we know and love today. This lost Resident Evil 1.5 shouldn’t be confused with another Biohazard 1.5 (to give it its Japanese title), a prequel spin-off that earned its name due to it being set between 1 and 2. That went on to become Resident Evil 3: Nemesis when Sony announced the PlayStation 2. With the next generation on the way, Capcom rescheduled its slate and promoted the 1.5 spin off to become a full instalment on PS1, while what was due to be No 3 moved over to the then next-gen… Read full this story
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